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and drilled as members of the house grilled health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius over the rollout of the website. it was over administration claims that would ensure people they could keep their present plans no matter what. the trouble is many carriers are cancelling low-cost, low-coverage plans because they don't compile with tough insurance standards under the law. bertha coombs has more on the contentious hearing. >> reporter: kathleen sebelius seemed prepared for tough questioning starting off with an apology to americans for the rocky rollout of the site was down again today. >> you deserve better. i apologize. i'm accountable to you for fixing these problems, and i'm committed toç earning your confidence back. >> reporter: republican members pressed sebelius about health officials' late changes to the system design and the lack of proper testing, which last week contractors said contributed to the site's malfunctioning. >> nobody indicated this could go this wrong. i was always advised there is always a risk with a new product an
that meets our requirements. >> reporter: it's kathleen sebelius' turn in the hot seat tomorrow. in her remarks, she says for most americans premiums will be lower under the affordable care act and she'll no doubt be grilled about that. bertha coombs for "nightly business report." >>> coming up, fees for checking bags, printing out boarding passes are helping airlines with revenue but what's the real cost to you? >>> the proposed merger of u.s. aways and american may beç clor to lift off. both carries have agreed to use a mediator to help settle the lawsuit. justice officials are concerned the merger would limit competition and would result in higher airline ticket prices. if they can't settle their differences with a federal mediator a trial to stop it is scheduled. >>> airlines around the world will collect a record $46 billion in revenue this year. a big chunk comes from the fees passengers pay from everything from checking bags to printing out boarding passes so how much more is it adding to the soaring cost of air travel? you'll be surprised. >> reporter: let's be honest, travele
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